The Sheriff is an elected
Henry County official serving a four year term.
The Sheriff's Office is responsible in enforcing state and county laws within the county. Duties of the office include but are not limited
to the following:
||Reports of, and investigation of, thefts, vandalisms, assaults,
illegal drug activity, reported child and/or domestic abuse, accidents
and all other criminal allegations. Deputies are also responsible for
the enforcement of traffic laws.
The Sheriff's Office is also required to carry out duties
related with civil process including but not limited to:
||Original notices and petitions, garnishments, orders, sheriff sales,
room and board reimbursements, evictions, protective orders and
restraining orders, involuntary commitment of persons with mental
illness and / or substance abuse, duties related to condemnation of
private property and the execution and return all writs and other legal
processes issued by lawful authority.
The Sheriff’s Office patrols the 432 square miles of the county
and is the chief law enforcement for the cities of Hillsboro, Lowell, Mount Union, Olds, Rome, Salem,
Swedesburg, Trenton, Westwood, and all other unincorporated areas of Henry County.
The Sheriff’s Office provides 24 hour dispatching of Law Enforcement, Fire and
EMS Services within Henry County.
The Sheriff’s Office is located in the Henry County Law Enforcement Center.
The Sheriff's office is a member of South Central Iowa Drug Task Force and all
full-time employees are members of the Iowa State Sheriff's and Deputies
|Henry County Jail PREA Policy
|The Henry County Jail has a zero tolerance for sexual abuse or
sexual harassment whether inmate on inmate, or staff on inmate.
All reported activities shall be handled in a professional manner and
treated as criminal activity. Inmates shall be provided rule books
that identify the procedures for reporting sex abuse.
Click HERE for Sheriff's Levy and Sale Information
The IowaVINE system is a service through which victims of crime can use the
telephone or internet to search for information regarding the custody status of
their offender and to register to receive telephone and email notification when
the offender’s custody status changes. The toll-free number for IowaVINE is
888-7-IAVINE or 888-742-8463. This service is provided to assist victims of
crime who have a right to know about their offender’s custody status.
Click here for more information.
106 E. Clay St.
P.O. Box 216
Mt. Pleasant, IA 52641
Phone: (319) 385-2712
Civil: (319) 385-4652
Tracy Brooks, Chief Deputy
Garrett Cargill, Deputy
Jesse Bell, Deputy
Jason Sutton, Deputy
Dean Walter, Deputy
Randy Veldboom, Deputy
David Norcross, Deputy
Chad Doak, Deputy
Julie Pilling, Jail Administrator
Greg Manley, PREA
used in the Sheriffs office
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